Neo-Darwinism as an Inherently Anti-Evolutionary Stance

It’s a truism that the more alike people, groups, or views are, the more vehemently they are likely to argue about the differences. Although, like most truisms, it’s not always actually true, as a generalization it does more often fit that its inverse. The supposed argument between ‘science’ and ‘religion’ is one of those situations.… Continue reading Neo-Darwinism as an Inherently Anti-Evolutionary Stance

The Neo-Darwinist Myth of Darwin as an Anti-Teleologist

The Myth of Darwin as an Anti-Teleologist   Asa Gray noted “…Darwin’s great service to Natural Science in bringing back to it Teleology: so that instead of Morphology versus Teleology, we shall have Morphology wedded to Teleol- ogy” (Gray 1963). Darwin quickly responded: “What you say about Teleology pleases me especially and I do not… Continue reading The Neo-Darwinist Myth of Darwin as an Anti-Teleologist

Natural History as Evolutionary

        Nature as Historical, and Evolutionary           The Hyper-Focus on Evolution in Defending Modern Science   Today the theory of evolution, which is primarily viewed as a matter of understanding the mechanics of evolution, since outside those with either a childish view of reality or a political agenda… Continue reading Natural History as Evolutionary